PCAL 4.11.0 has been released.
This version fixes all known bugs, adds support for Slovak and Hawaiian languages, and adds some new functionality and some new sample configuration files.
See the 'ReadMe(-4.11.0).txt' file for full details.
Lcal 2.1.0 has been released.
This version enhances the colorization options available with the '-s' ('shading') command-line switch and eliminates the now-unneeded '-i' ('invert colors') option.
See the 'ReadMe(-2.1.0).txt' file for full details.
Pcal 4.10.0 has been released.
This version adds support for Danish, Dutch, Polish, and Romanian and fixes a couple of timezone-related bugs.
It also resolves compilation issues in some Cygwin and Solaris environments.
See the 'ReadMe(-4.10.0).txt' file for full details.
Lcal 2.0.0 has been released.
This version adds a new 1-page uncompressed calendar format by displaying only the odd days of the month.
A couple of timezone-related bugs as well as a minor bug with the help ('-h') output were fixed.
Support for some new platforms was added. Support for Vax/VMS and Amiga was removed.
Other minor useful changes are included as well, like the ability to page back and forth in a PostScript previewer when perusing 2-page calendars.... read more
Pcal 4.9.0 (and the hasty bugfix 4.9.1) has been released.
This version adds the ability to delete calendar events, somewhat minimizes the changes required to use EPS image/icon files, adds some new character encodings, supports some new languages (Czech, Hungarian, and Catalan), improves support for Russian, Latvian, and Lithuanian languages, adds a new Perl script for generating calendars via an HTML/CGI interface, adds some new sample calendar event files, adds some new character encoding/font test files, and fixes all known bugs from the previous releases.
Changes include the ability to embed (slightly-modified) Encapsulated PostScript (EPS) images (e.g. photos, icons) in monthly-format PostScript calendars, support for several new languages, new paper sizes, ability to specify paper size at runtime, enhanced abilities for 'pre-processor'-like directives, improved HTML user interface for generating calendars via CGI, addition of pre-defined ``Friday the 13th'' events, ability to build in a DOS+DJGPP environment, ability to properly specify events in the native language, additional sample calendar event files, various bug fixes, and considerable enhancement to the documentation.... read more